Strengthening China's Positions in Afghanistan
June 27, 2019

Roman Kot

In the case of the Taliban being incorporated into Afghanistan's political system, China will have an additional agent of influence in that country

The State Visit of China's Leader to North Korea as a Way of Pressure on the United States
June 20, 2019

Serhiy Polyovyk

China's leader Xi Jinping's unexpected visit to North Korea

Peculiarities of the Region of East Asia, As One of the Centers of World Power
May 7, 2019

Olha Ratkovych

Global and Regional Dimensions and Influence on the Interests of Ukraine

Part 2

Peculiarities of the Region of East Asia, As One of the Centers of World Power
May 6, 2019

Olha Ratkovych

Global and Regional Dimensions and Influence on the Interests of Ukraine

Part 1

The Taliban: A Threat to the Central Asia Region
April 5, 2019

Vadym Volokhov

The Taliban is clearly demonstrating its strength in the area of Russia's strategic interests

The Indian-Pakistani Conflict
March 1, 2019

Victor Hvozd

A War Between Nuclear Powers and Its Consequences for the World

New Threats to Central Asia
January 29, 2019

Vadym Volokhov

Possible Outcomes of the Exacerbation of the Military-Political Situation on the Tajik-Afghan Border

April 23, 2013

The first session of the All-China National People’s Representatives’ Congress of the 12th convocation was held in March and determined the main directions of the state development of China as a powerful modern state - a regional and global leader